Deputy Chief Glampe Updates the City Council’s Public Safety & Regulatory Services Committee on the Body Camera Program

Deputy Chief Glampe speaks at a PCOC meeting.

Deputy Chief Glampe speaks at a PCOC meeting.

Deputy Chief Glampe presented Wednesday on progress made toward body camera implementation in the Minneapolis Police Department to the Public Safety & Regulatory Services Committee.  In his presentation, Glampe discussed the pilot program in which officers reported having positive experiences using the cameras, and demonstrated the important footage body cameras can capture, such as an officer administering CPR to save a life.  The Deputy Chief also reiterated the Department’s aim to roll out the larger body camera program by March 2016 and incorporate recommendations from the PCOC in that roll out. For further details, see an article on the presentation in The Journal.

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